Malcolm x
By
Caden D'lallo

Introduction

Malcolm X was one of the greatest speech deliverer for the African Americans. He was a leader for American civil rights. He was very brave for standing up to the white people and helping others.


What Was His Early Life Like?

Malcolm X was born in Omaha Nebraska in 1925 and he was fourth of seven siblings. Malcolm's house was burned to the ground when he was four. After his house was burned he moved to Lansing Michigan. His father was found killed by a street car when he was six. Then his mom sent him and hi sibling's to orphanage's. He dropped out of school when he was 15.

What Was His Adult Life Like?

When Malcolm was 33 he married Betty Sanders. He had 6 children all girls. He gave lots of speeches about how people should be treated the same no matter what. He died when he was 39 when he was about deliver a speech when three gun men shot him 15 times.
He rested in firnclif cemetery.

What Was His Greatest Accomplishments?

He came to New York to settle human rights. He forms the Muslim mascave. He lead one of the largest civil rights.

Conclusion

Malcolm helped us with American civil rights. He stepped out of his comfort zone and helped one of the largest civil rights. He was determined to turn this nation around. All though to his death he is still remembered today like Malcolm x Blvd.

Bibliography

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